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Nikesh Arora steps down from Aviva board

Aviva independent non-executive director Nikesh Arora has resigned from the company’s board.

Arora, who joined the Aviva board in July 2007, is relocating to California to take up management responsibilities at Google.

Aviva chairman Lord Sharman of Redlynch says: “Although we are delighted that Nikesh has been given significant new responsibilities at Google, we are very sorry to lose him from our board.

“He has brought a refreshing new dimension to many of our discussions and made a significant contribution as a board member.”


£200M loans for regulator

The FSA has had to tap into £200m worth of credit facilities with Lloyds and HSBC to cover a funding deficit for 2008/09.This is the first time the FSA has made use of the £100m credit agreement it has with Lloyds which was set up before to the credit crunch.The regulator has also secured an […]

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